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  • 110 Points

    Good Physical Therapy

    600 High Blvd
    Kenhorst, PA 19607
  • 20 Points

    Sunchasers Tanning

    160 Kenhorst Plz
    Reading, PA 19607
  • 10 Points

    Hillside Swimming Pool

    339 N 14th St
    Reading, PA 19604
  • 10 Points

    Spring Valley Tennis & Fitness Center

    4920 Penn Ave
    Sinking Spring, PA 19608
  • Berks County Hockey Complex

    22 Krick Ln
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Berks County Tennis Club

    Laurs Ln
    Reading, PA 19610
  • Berks Lanes

    3190 Shillington Rd
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Berkshire Fitness

    3315 Penn Ave
    Reading, PA 19609
  • Bingo World

    Muhlenberg Shopping
    Reading, PA 19601
  • Body Shoppe the

    413 S 17th St
    Reading, PA 19606
  • Body Zone

    3103 Paper Mill Road
    Wyomissing, PA 19610
  • Bodyzone Sports & Fitness Complex

    3103 Paper Mill Rd
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Can DO Karate

    1902 Centre Ave
    Reading, PA 19605
  • Centre For Piltes

    88 Commerce Dr
    Reading, PA 19610
  • Cliffhangers Mountaineering Inc

    550 George St
    Reading, PA 19605
  • Colonial Hills Fitness

    3190 Shillington Rd
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Colonial Racquetball & Fitness Center

    172 Shillington Rd
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Colonial Sports

    168 Shillington Rd
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Crestwood Pool

    Neversink Rd
    Reading, PA 19606
  • Curves

    4750 Penn Avenue
    Sinking Spring, PA 19608
  • Curves

    645 Penn Street
    Reading, PA 19601
  • Curves

    4203 Perkiomen Avenue
    Reading, PA 19606
  • Curves For Women

    3225 North 5th Street Highway
    Reading, PA 19605
  • Curves For Women of Shillington-Cumru

    Shillinton Plz
    Reading, PA 19601
  • East Ends Athletic Club

    Mineral Spring Park
    Reading, PA 19601
  • East Reading Swimming Association

    535 S 14 1/2 St
    Reading, PA 19602
  • Exeter Township Little League

    Mount Penn
    Reading, PA 19601
  • Express Fit For Women

    840 N Park Rd
    Reading, PA 19610
  • Expressfit For Women

    840 North Park Road
    Reading, PA 19610
  • Flying Hills Fitness Center

    RR 10
    Reading, PA 19601
  • Flying Hills Raquetball & Fitness Center

    201 Love Rd
    Reading, PA 19607
  • Gilligans Sports Bar

    3190 Shillington Rd
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Gold's Gym

    1119 Bern Rd
    Reading, PA 19610
  • Golds Gym - Wyomissing (Reading)

    1119 Bern Rd
    Wyomissing, PA 19610
  • Green Valley Country Club Pool

    150 Green Valley Rd
    Reading, PA 19608
  • Jack Williams Cmt

    529 Court St
    Reading, PA 19601
  • Jackson Demoncratic & Social Club

    933 Marion St
    Reading, PA 19604
  • Jenny Craig Weight Loss Centres

    1139 Berkshire Blvd
    Reading, PA 19610
  • Karate For Kids Family Center Inc

    Shelbourne Square Sh
    Reading, PA 19606
  • Ken-Grill Recreation Center Inc

    730 High Blvd
    Reading, PA 19607
  • Kidzone At World Gym

    Antietam Valley Shop
    Reading, PA 19606
  • Luxury Enterprises Inc-Motel Div

    250 Penn Ave
    West Reading, PA 19611
  • M/Moyers Championship Karate & Cardiozone Kickbxng

    31 Catherine St
    Reading, PA 19607
  • Mindbody Studio

    31 S Sterley St
    Reading, PA 19607
  • Near Karen S DC

    2913 Windmill Rd Ste 1
    Reading, PA 19608

Health Club Info

Health Club Summary:
A health club is a fitness center designed to improve fitness levels, typically through physical exercise. Health clubs have evolved from the traditional gym to include more than just free weights in order to offer more services to their clientele. While most health clubs require an annual membership fee, some additional services may cost extra, either in an additional monthly rate or often at time of service. Additional options and resources might include swimming pools, ball courts, boxing, yoga, massage, and various group classes.

Health clubs may have a few or many offered services. These include weights and workout machines that involve isometric, isotonic, and isokinetic muscle training, various group exercise classes such as aerobics, pilates, or dance, and personal trainers. Additional services may also be available.

Conditions Treated:


A health club can help reduce and prevent obesity and help people with weight loss. Services provided by a fitness facility may increase strength, endurance, and muscle mass. By working out with weight bearing equipment, individuals may also increase bone mass, which may help reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis.

Health Club Specialties:


Health clubs may focus on one type of activity, such as free weights or a specific type of exercise. For example, it is not rare to find a yoga studio that focuses on the health aspects and instruction of various types of yoga.

Health Club Services:


Most health clubs offer the services of a personal trainer at an additional cost. A personal trainer can help give individualized attention, motivation, and advice on each individual's specific needs to reach the desired goals. Other services may include swimming pools, sports facilities, snack bars or cafeterias, sauna, wellness areas, massage, nutritionists, and spa type services, all of which may involve an extra cost to the client.

Health Club Details:


Most of the employees will have some type of education, training, or certification for their specific job title. A personal trainer may have taken a training program of a college degree program prior to passing the certification examination. Dietitians or nutritionists typically have a bachelor degree, with some states requiring licensing as well. Other employee duties may have education and training requirements as well.

Health Club Associations:


Associations are voluntary and usually require an annual membership fee. Assocations such as IHRSA - International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association and MIHCA - National Independent Health Club Association.


Health Club FAQs:

What are the benefits of joining a health club?
Clients get access to exercise classes and equipment, as well as personal attention and instruction. In addition, clients may get motivation and companionship by working out at a health club.

Aren't health clubs expensive?
They can be. However, there are more affordable options among various clubs. To reduce your costs, explore the different clubs, initiation fees, and annual cost. Avoid extras you do not need and take advantage of offered promotions.

What sort of classes are available at a health club?
It depends on the gym. Some common classes are pilates, yoga, spin, cycling, thai bo kick boxing, aerobics, senior classes, boot camp classes, cycling, everlast shadow box, mind/body classes, senior classes, strength training, and water classes like swimming and water polo.

What types of health clubs are in the wellness.com directory?
Use Wellness.com's local directory to find a gym, fitness studio, exercise center, fitness center, yoga studio, kick boxing, aquatic exercise, swimming, sauna, pool, weights, free weights, health club, hot tub, work out, or fitness trainer in your city.

How do I find a Health Club in my city and state?
The wellness.com directory will help you locate a Health Club in your state. Select Health Club from the Professionals menu and select the state and city in which you are looking to locate a Health Club.


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